RCC students and staff trot for turkeys
On November 17 stu-dents, faculty and staff of Rappahannock Community College were invited to walk or run in “Turkey Trots” on both campuses. Prizes for first and second place included Food Lion turkeys and gift certificates from area restaurants, including Anna’s Italian Pizza in Warsaw, China Inn of Warsaw, and Anna’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant at Glenns.
Those coming in first and second in the Glenns Campus student division were Lamar Saunders and Christopher Wisely, both of Gloucester. Workforce coordinator David Valadez of Middlesex came in first in the faculty and staff division, and biology instructor Lisa Tuckey placed second.
At the Warsaw Campus, students Kiondre Owens of Lancaster County and Billie Gould of Colonial Beach placed first and second. Representing the Warsaw faculty and staff, fitness instructor Langley Lewis placed first, and counselor Joe Coleman second.
The event was sponsored by RCC’s Support Staff Association, its Faculty Senate, and its Student Development Office. “All participants were winners in this event, taking home a rewarding sense of camaraderie,” said an event spokesperson.